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-------------------------------------------------------------------------Title: Auntie Robbo (1941) Author: Ann Scott-Moncrieff (1914-1943) AUNTIE ROBBO by ANN SCOTT-MONCRIEFF CHAPTER 1 Auntie Robbo liked to talk in the evening after dinner.
That was why, when Hector had had his bath, he usually went down to the drawing-room in dressing-gown and slippers, and ate his supper of bread and jam and milk off one little tray while Auntie Robbo had her coffee off another.
It was a cosy, friendly habit which they both enjoyed.
It was supposed to be bad for Hector, for if they Wed Mar 29 17:37:08 2017 2 got on to an interesting subject they forgot all about bed.
Auntie Robbo never sent anyone to bed. One evening they sat together not saying very much, but content in their comfort and each other’s company.
It was early in March, and a g...

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